Apple Watch is one of the most desired smartwatches on the market. Apple has been improving its wearable devices since the launch day, expanding its usefulness just beyond being able to show date/time and weather forecasts. Apple Watch is no longer a luxury item on your wrist, as you can do a lot more things with it.
One of the highlights of Apple Watch lies in Health features. With the Apple Watch Series 2, Apple put a huge focus on workouts, allowing users to get the most out of the company’s smartwatch. Our favorite Apple Watch feature is the ability to check users’ heart rate. However, the process may be unknown to many folks. With that in mind, we are here to help.
How to check heart rate with your Apple Watch
How to manually check your heart rate with Apple Watch
In reality, your Apple Watch will automatically monitor your heart when you start your workouts. However, if you want to monitor your heart manually, you can follow our steps below.
Step one: First off, launch the Heart Rate app on your Apple Watch
Step two: Once you are done, the app will start monitoring your heart and will show your results.
How to check your resting rate and walking average with Apple Watch
With the Heart Rate app, you can also see your resting rate and walking average right on your Watch. Here is how.
Step one: Open the Heart Rate app on your Apple Watch
Step two: The app will display your heart information, including resting rate and walking average.
How to check your heartbeat from your watch face
Before we proceed, make sure you now have the heart rate complication on your watch. If not, do it first. To do this, open the Watch app on your iPhone, then swipe to the left or right to select your desired face. After that, select a complication location and then select your desired complication. Once you are done, hit the heart rate complication to measure your heartbeat.
How to turn off heart rate monitor
If you don’t want to get your heart rate information when you start a workout, then you can turn it off. Here is how.
Step one: Open the Settings app on your watch and then tap on General
Step two: Select Workout and then enable Power Saving Mode.
Got any issues during your process? Let us know in the comments below.
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